LightCMS 2013: Year in Review
Another year is coming to its end and, as is our tradition, we wanted to take a moment to reflect on all that has happened in 2013. This time, we're taking a look back by highlighting some of the year's top blog posts. When you put them together, they really do tell the story of another amazing year for LightCMS. Take a look below.
A Year for the Record Books
The past year will forever be marked by one monumental event — the acquisition of our company by NetSuite Inc. We broke the exciting news of this acquisition on our blog in March. The announcement marked the beginning of a new era for LightCMS — an era of expanded possibilities. Now ten months into this new era, we're more excited than ever about what lies ahead. Here's a look back at the announcement that got it all started.
Element Fusion, the Creator of LightCMS, Joins Forces with NetSuite
A Year of Celebrating Success
In 2013, we put a new emphasis on celebrating the successes of LightCMS partners and customers. Part of this effort involved creating success stories that we have published on our website over the course of 2013. Here are a few examples.
If you have a LightCMS success story to share, let us know. We might just feature you in 2014!
A Year of Innovation
In the midst of monumental transition, we released and announced several major improvements to the LightCMS product throughout 2013. News like this is always fun to share and to reflect on as well. Those improvements included:
A Year of Enrichment
We also published several articles designed to encourage and enrich our customers and partners with a wide variety of topics. Here's a look at a few of this year's highlights.
Here's to 2014
As memorable and exciting as 2013 has been, we believe that 2014 has even greater things in store for LightCMS and its customers. We're so excited about the year ahead and we can't wait to share it with you. As always, we are grateful for your continued support of LightCMS. We love working as your website partner. Happy New Year!
Posted on Tue, December 31, 2013
by Tim Wall filed under